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Number 48

Postcode:
DG1 2LA
| Area:
Southern Scotland
 
1 bedroom
1 bathroom
2 guests

Ideally located for Dumfries town centre & railway station:
The perfect 'couples retreat,' located in the centre of the bustling market town of Dumfries. The ground floor property is finished to a very high standard with plush furnishings, a separate dining room and enclosed shared patio area to the rear, complete with seating.

Dumfries, known as Queen of the South and county town to the region of Dumfries and Galloway, enjoys a rich and varied history, with links to numerous people of note. The Scottish poet Rabbie Burns lived, worked and died at Burns House, which has now become a place of pilgrimage for Burns enthusiasts from around the world, retaining much of its eighteenth-century character and many relics once belonging to the poet. Additionally, Ellisland Farm, also a previous home of Burns and now a museum, is located just outside Dumfries, at Auldgirth near Dunscore. Further down the River Nith, but still in Dumfries itself is Moat Brae, one-time home of J M Barrie and inspiration behind the children's classic Peter Pan. Recently renovated and opening to the public in late-2018 the house is set to become a museum and national centre for children's literature, with educational discovery garden featuring a tea room and art installations. The surrounding area also boasts many beautiful castles but, most especially, a trip to Threave and Caerlaverock will never disappoint.

The shopping is a mx of some of the usual chains making an appearance, plus a selection of independent gift type shops. The nearby towns of Castle Douglas, the region's 'Food Town' and Kirkcudbright, Artist Town and home of Edward Atkinson Hornel of Glasgow Boy fame, are also great for original gift ideas.

The local countryside is a haven for wildlife of all kinds but is particularly favoured by red kite and squirrels, and migratory birds like barnacle geese and osprey. Viewing hides are available now at many locations including Caerlaverock Wildlife and Wetland Trust, just along the coast from Dumfries, RSPB Mersehead by Southwick, Ken Dee Marches near Laurieston and Eskrigg Nature Reserve at Lockerbie.

Postcode: DG1 2LA
Damage Deposit: £150

Short breaks welcome throughout the year

Accommodation for 2 all on one level:Sitting room; Dining room; Kitchen; Double bedroom; Shower room with shower cubicle, wash basin & toilet.
Services: Gas central heating and electricity included * Bed linen and towels provided * Fridge with freezer box * Gas hob * Microwave * TV with DVD player * Wifi * Washing Machine available on request * Mobile phone reception * Free Parking * Enclosed patio style garden with seating area (shared with owner)* Sorry, no pets

 

Key Features

  • Internet
  • Garden

Interior Features

  • Bathrooms - 1
  • Showers - 1
  • Double Beds - 1
  • Bed Linen Cost Incl
  • Towels Cost Incl
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • TV
  • Dvd Player
  • Heating Cost Incl

External Features

  • Garden Enclosed
  • Garden Furniture
  • Patio/Balcony
  • Parking
  • Walk To Pub
  • Walk To Shops
 
 

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Damage Deposit for care of property

All holiday-makers booking a holiday are required to pay either a Damage Deposit, £150 or as noted in the property listing details, or Damage Deposit waiver of £18, whichever is selected is required to be paid with the balance payment of the holiday. Where selected the Damage Deposit will be held by Discover Scotland to be applied against the reasonable costs of repairs, replacement or additional cleaning of furnishings, kitchen equipment, crockery, glass, bedding and towels damaged or soiled other than by normal wear and tear during the holiday. The Damage Deposit, less any reasonable charges, will be returned within 14 days of the departure date. Where any costs exceed the Damage Deposit the holiday-maker will pay such excess as notified to them by Discover Scotland within 14 days of notification. Where the holiday-maker has agreed to pay the Damage Deposit Waiver the Damage Deposit is not payable. This amount is non-refundable. If the cost of any damage or breakages exceeds the applicable Damage Deposit value for the property, then the holiday-maker will be liable for any additional costs. Any such excess will be notified to them by Discover Scotland and due for payment within 14 days of notification.

All bookings require either a refundable Damage Deposit £150 or as per the property details or £18 non refundable Damage Deposit Waiver.
 
 
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